YMCA wants to help make resolutions stick

Members who hope to pursue healthier lifestyles will get assist

YMCAHundreds of people make annual New Year’s resolutions to get fit, lose weight, or improve their overall health – often losing the resolve rather than the pounds.

This year, the YMCA of the Brandywine Valley, which is dedicated to strengthening communities through healthier living, is offering programs to help people keep those resolutions. The Resolution Revolution,  a free multi-week program for Y members,  begins on Jan. 13.

The program will offer fitness plans to meet a variety of needs, as well as the support to stick with the program. Nutrition and wellness tips from Y experts will  also be provided, as well as prize incentives for staying the course.

 “At the Y, we’re committed to making a positive impact on the health and well-being of our neighbors,” says Denise L. Day, president and CEO of the YMCA of the Brandywine Valley and YMCA of the Upper Main Line. “This fun wellness program will help motivate our members to take the first step to get healthier, be more active and live fuller lives.”

The Resolution Revolution program is free for members. To learn more about membership, visit www.ymcabwv.org and www.umly.org or visit local YMCA branches, including Brandywine YMCA, Coatesville; Jennersville YMCA, West Grove; Kennett Area YMCA, Kennett Square; Octorara YMCA Program Center, Atglen; West Chester Area YMCA, West Chester; Oscar Lasko Youth Program Center, downtown West Chester; Lionville Community YMCA, Exton; and Y at Eagleview, Exton.

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